Prof Alice Roberts

Prof Alice Roberts

Prof Alice Roberts is a dynamic academic and best-selling author, with over two decades of broadcasting experience. She has presented a range of science and archaeology programmes on television. Her debut came in 2001, as a human bone specialist for Channel 4’s Extreme Archaeology, where climbing and caving skills were needed to access archaeological sites.

In 2005, she was part of the original team of presenters on the first series of Coast on BBC Two, and went on to cover many science and archaeology stories in subsequent series. She also wrote and presented her own BBC Two series, including Don’t Die Young (2007-08), where she looked at the structure and function of the human body, organ by organ. She wrote her first book to accompany this series, Don’t Die Young: An Anatomist’s Guide to Your Organs and Your Health (2007).

Alice is passionate about sharing knowledge, and is known for her incredible ability as a speaker to make complex issues relevant for audiences of all interests and abilities.

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